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The breach of South Korean nuclear plants raise concerns hackers from North Korea are getting bolder. Kyung Lah reports.
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CNN's Dana Bash asks Rep. Michele Bachmann about sexism, leaving DC, and her potential future as a rap artist.
A Wisconsin mom got the surprise of her life when her son walked in to a restaurant where she was eating. WFRV reports.
Despite the controversy surrounding the film, Michael Lynton says he would still choose to make the movie again.
Sony CEO Michael Lynton responds to President Obama's comment that they made a mistake in pulling "The Interview."
Lynton, a supporter of Obama, says he's disappointed by the President's comments & argues Sony's decision wasn't a mistake.
Sony's CEO says the company is considering all options, but that no major distributor has volunteered to release the film.
Sony CEO Michael Lynton tells Fareed that the company had no alternative but to cancel the release of "The Interview."
At President Obama's end of the year press conference Friday, he called on eight female reporters.
Manuel Mendoza is lucky to be alive after he was sent flying when a tire came crashing through a window. KPRC has more.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks to Oleksandr Klymenko about his self-imposed exile from Ukraine.
President Obama said that one of his themes for the end of the year is "things get better."
A woman found a scorpion inside her skirt as she was trying it on in a JC Penney fitting room. KPIX reports.
During his year-end press conference, President Obama discussed the Keystone pipeline.
President Obama explained that he believes people want to work together to reach practical solutions to the nation's problems.
A woman's lost luggage is back in her hands two decades after it vanished. KVOA has the story.
President Obama talks about America's future relationship with Cuba.
During today's press conference, President Obama addressed a question about racial relations in America.
President Obama says that there are no current plans for him to visit Cuba.
During his year-end press conference, President Obama said that Sony "made a mistake" in obeying hackers.
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